If you want to increase your exposure, influence, and overall presence within the Chamber and the business community, then the Tualatin Chamber Ambassador Committee might be a good fit for you. One of the most active and visible committees within the Chamber, the Ambassadors are a group of Chamber representatives dedicated to welcoming new members and helping existing ones maximize their membership benefits through relationship building, professional development opportunities and volunteering.
The Ambassador Committee is geared toward involvement. By working with the influential people in the Chamber, the Ambassadors stay informed about economic development, the community, and receive recognition at functions. As a vital part of Chamber’s public relations, Ambassadors volunteer their time to help ensure that Chamber events run smoothly and that the organization’s membership remains strong and well informed. Specifically, Ambassador Committee members are highly visible and readily accessible at events such AM Networking and Ribbon Cuttings. They function as the event MC, greeter, run the weekly raffles, and more.
Ambassadors play a vital role in member retention, recruitment and communication. The efforts of the Ambassadors help to keep the Chamber in tune with its membership.
The Ambassador Committee meets on the second Tuesday of every month from 8:30 am – 9:45 am. For more information on the Ambassador Committee please contact Fletcher Johnson at email@example.com.
2018 Chamber Ambassadors:
Ben Ashley, Country Financial – Tualatin Agency
Doyle Dillon, LoanStar Home Lending
Jeff Fast, N2 Publishing/Cedar Mill Living
Tim Garrett, Matchlight Video
Larry Grenevitch, Marketing with G LLC
Nathan Holden, Mass Mutual
Lindy Hughes, Tualatin Historical Society
Willow Kessell Oelke, Riverview Community Bank
Jane Larson, Jane, Ink
Kathleen Loucks, Tupperware
Mike Niebur, Solutions YES
Alec Ramsey, Southwest Office Supply Inc
Joan Riley, The Juice Plus + The Tower Garden
Kris Sallee, HealthMarkets Insurance
Joel Saxe, Get Healthy with Joel
Don Zinter, Citizens Bank